Are You Aware of the PRC’s National Defense Mobilization Law?

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) has a “national mobilization law.” It was adopted and promulgated on February 26, 2010, and came into force on July 1 of that same year. Incidentally, this law was 26 years in the making.

First, what is the “national mobilization law?” According to the booklet “’National Mobilization Law’; Threat and Strategy,” it covers “the transition of the country or political organizations from peacetime organization to wartime organization, and the manpower, resources, and financing needed,” and “the allocation of military power mobilization, national economy mobilization, people’s air defense mobilization, and political mobilization.”

中国「国防動員法」―その脅威と戦略と (日本の息吹ブックレット)/明成社

In a word, “national mobilization” is “wartime mobilization.” In the past, Japan had a “National Full Mobilization Law.” The mobilization of students for production labor and women’s volunteer corps were done pursuant to this “National Full Mobilization Law.”

However, the PRC “National Mobilization Law” and the Japanese “National Full Mobilization Law” are somewhat different. The Chinese people can be mobilized not only in wartime but also in peacetime. Not only that, but those to be mobilized are not limited to Chinese citizens. Foreign capitalized corporations located in the PRC are also subject to mobilization.

Under this law, if a foreign corporation refuses orders by the PRC to convert its operations to military use, such as production of weapons, that foreign corporation may be subject to fines and other sanctions.

The law provides that “male citizens between the ages of 18 and 60 and female citizens between the ages of 18 and 55 must accept national defense duty,” while pregnancy and other certain conditions are excepted. However, there is no exception stated for “people living abroad.”

This means that the tens of thousands of Chinese students and technical trainees in Japan must obey any wartime mobilization orders issued by the PRC. If weapons are available, this means converting into military soldiers.

Some people may think that I am needlessly trying to incite feelings of insecurity. Recently, some people have called some of the things based on facts which I say as “conspiracy theory.”

Unfortunately, this is not a “conspiracy theory” void of basis or evidence. PRC conducted a preliminary drill under this national mobilization law in April 2008 in Nagano Prefecture. It is said that at that time, 4,000 Chinese exchange students were mobilized in Nagano.

Google画像検索「長野 五星紅旗」
Google images: Five-Star Red Flags in Nagano

In short, when Zenkoji Temple in Nagano was asked to cooperate with the Olympic torch relay, the head priest of Zenkoji Temple refused citing the oppression of fellow Buddhists in Tibet, and when supporters of Tibet gathered in Nagano, the PRC mobilized Chinese exchange students to interfere with those protests.

There were Chinese exchange students who, when they returned to their homes, found waiting for them round-trip tickets to Nagano from the nearest station, written mobilization orders, and giant Five-Star Red Flags (the national flag of the PRC).

Since most of the mainstream Japanese media did not report this event, the majority of people do not seem to know about it.

Again, I am not trying to fax anxiety in Japan, but when you look at these pictures and video clips you should understand that the PRC’s planned occupation of Japan has already begun many years ago. The fact that so many Japanese do not feel a sense of danger leaves me feeling somewhat frustrated.

Red five-star flags lined the streets in San Francisco and Paris too as Chinese residents were mobilized in many countries.

北京オリンピックの聖火リレーOlympic Flame Relay(wiki)

This pales in comparison to the present danger in Okinawa.



素晴らしい国・日本に告ぐ! (SEIRINDO BOOKS)/青林堂



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